What is The Yorkshire Knee Clinic?
The Yorkshire Knee Clinic is a partnership of Specialist knee surgeons and works with associated disciplines united by their area of expertise and interest. The organisation was founded in 2002 by two knee surgeons (Stuart Calder and Nick London) joined by Dave Duffy in 2011. The aim of the clinic was to provide the highest quality, up to date, evidence-based treatments for patients. To deliver this we work in association with musculo-skeletal physicians, physiotherapists and other professionals to provide a holistic approach for all knee conditions.
Stuart Calder died in a tragic accident in the autumn of 2014 but his dedication and professionalism over the previous 12 years shaped the Clinic into its current form.
Where is Yorkshire Knee Clinic?
The Yorkshire Knee Clinic works out of the Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital and The Duchy BMI Hospital in Harrogate. Appointments and treatment can be organised at either site.
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Why Yorkshire Knee Clinic?
Our philosophy is that by building a team of clinicians whose main focus is the knee we are able to provide the highest level of specialised, state-of-the-art treatments for both general and more complex knee problems. Our consultant-led approach provides the assurance that our patients will always receive the best advice and most appropriate treatment from leading specialists in the area.
The conditions treated range across the whole spectrum of knee ailments: from sports injuries to arthritis, from arthroscopy (keyhole surgery) and ligament reconstruction to the full complement of knee replacement/resurfacing options.